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... doing some maneuvers around the point then back up the eastern shoreline and closely around the edges of the mountain before skirting the city and returning to the heliport near the waterfront. There were crystal clear blue skies with sun flashes sparkling on the ocean surface as we flew on our own magic carpet above the beaches.
The mountain dominates the skyline and everything is effected and influenced by it, the weather, the clouds, the rain, ...
I am very happy to write you again. I'm so sorry I haven't been able to post some articles for two weeks, but I didn't have any wifi in Zanzibar and for the few days we had in Cape Town, we were running all the time to see the most of the city in such a short time.
Let's get back on the 29 of March, when my boyfriend arrived. My hotel called me a cab to go to the airport and because I had a good feeling about the driver I asked for his card and then we ...
... one people who saw the scene just helped him and walked him back home. This person was so nice! At the end David was very lucky because it could have been much worse. Here when somebody try to robb you just let them take your stuff and don't be a hero. They have nothing, NOTHING to loose so they will just stabb you or something.
This story is a reminder that we have to be careful and although not generalize ...
... still standing. We had some of the funniest falls we were laughing the entire time. But we got so tired so took it down to the surf program hoping the kids would want to have a go. They didn't but nico and patti came back out with us and had a go and that was fun too. Was a really good afternoon! Today was jakes last day and he left at like 8 pm. That was pretty rough. He'd been here for 3 months so everyone was ...
... and professional. He asked me a battery of awkward questions, and issued a slew of advice (including get circumcised, ouch). He was very very surprised that this was my first HIV test, they recommend South Africans get tested every 3 months (it's free). While chatting, I told him about how I was a first responder to a fatal car accident. First he lectured me about how kwazulu natal is the HIV capital of South Africa (eeek). Then he turned to me and told me how ...